After Kira inherits a wildlife reserve in South Africa, she travels there to meet the no-nonsense head ranger, Tom. When she learns the reserve is in financial jeopardy and she may have to sell it to her uncle's competitor, Tom urges her to save it by taking her on a safari in hopes that she will fall in love with the land, the animals, and hopefully him.
Food Safari is an Australian television series first screened on SBS TV Australia featuring the many cuisines brought to Australia by its immigrants. The series was produced by Kismet Productions in association with SBS TV Australia. Presented by Maeve O'Meara, each episode covers cuisine from a particular culture. Usually starting with commonly used ingredients and where to obtain them in Australia, it then moves onto the preparation and consumption of popular favourites, basic dishes and desserts. The series was rested in 2008 after the airing of the third series with a spin-off series, Italian Food Safari, airing in 2010, presented by O'Meara and chef Guy Grossi. A second spin-off series, French Food Safari, aired in 2011 and was presented by O'Meara and chef Guillaume Brahimi. Food Safari was commissioned for a fourth series and will return February 14, 2013.
Scout's Safari is a children's television series that aired on the Discovery Kids Channel and Saturday mornings on NBC. The series was created by Thomas W. Lynch.
On Safari was a children's game show series set in the jungle that was produced by TVS, and aired on the ITV network for four series from 1982 until 1984. The show was hosted by Christopher Biggins and for the first season, was co-hosted by future EastEnders actress Gillian Taylforth. Her sister Kim Taylforth also appreaed in the early episodes of season 1. All four series were recorded at the TVS studios in Southampton; although the first series was recorded in 1981, when the studios were still owned by Southern Television. TVS rented the studio space from Southern for the first series and in several editions cameras are seen bearing a generic On Safari nameplate rather than that of the production company.
Safari School is a BBC Two reality television series presented by Dr Charlotte Uhlenbroek in which eight celebrities take part in a four week ranger training course in the Shamwari Game Reserve in South Africa.
Eesh Safari is a TV reality show produced by the Middle East Broadcasting Center for the channel MBC 3. The show's main idea is starring a variety of children from around the Arab world to camp around with an organized team which is filled with coaches, travelling planners and more. The show is exclusively aired on the channel it was designed for: MBC 3. The show received huge success from Arab children, so did its sequel, which was filmed in a different area located in Thailand.
On Safari is a children's TV show made by SMG Productions for the ITV network children's strand CITV. The show was re-broadcast on STV in 2009 as part of their weekend children's strand [email protected] The show was presented by Richard McCourt and featured two teams of two children taking part in a series of challenges and tasks within a safari park, including animal-care and physical skill challenges; the winning team took part in an endgame to win a prize.
Safari Sisters is an Animal Planet TV show which follows the lives of Lindy and Penny Wolhuter, daughters of Kim Wolhuter, an Emmy Award African wildlife filmmaker/photographer. Template:Television Show
THIS IS NOT A TV SHOW IT IS A MOVIE. I wish there was still a convert to movie button. Look folks if it is a movie based off a TV Show it is still a movie that is being talked about here so why mark it as a TV Show?! REALLY????
Grannies on Safari is an Emmy award-winning travel program syndicated in the U.S., featuring two African-American hosts, Regina S. Fraser and Pat A. Johnson. The program began airing in 2006 on Chicago's WTTW. Soon after, it was syndicated internationally by the UK Travel Channel and has been seen in over 117 countries and heard in 16 languages. The most recent third season can be viewed in over 300 PBS stations and on APT digital channel Create TV in the U.S.